able2achieve supports individuals with learning disabilities, mental health, and other associated disabilities. we support individuals in a variety of different ways from everyday living skills to attending social events such as concerts.
Rather than the impersonal term client or service user we use the term Learner. Whilst more inclusive, the term learner also reminds us that we are all learners we all learn from each other and we are all motivated to do. Seeing ourselves as part of the learning process encourages the mutual respect that we feel is necessary for all individuals.
To enable personal achievement and progression by developing essential skills and self-confidence through learning, living and working.
We are registered with Care Quality Commission (CQC) as a care provider for the regulated activity of personal care. Our latest report by the CQC can be found on their website.
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Statement of Purpose
Aims and Objectives: It is the aim of able2achieve Limited to provide high quality and innovative services to people aged 18 years and upwards and whose primary diagnosis is that of a learning disability whose needs can be met within a community setting, we understand that many people within our communities at times receive more than one diagnosis therefore we also offer support to those diagnosed with mental health, early onset dementia and young adults needing transition into independence.
We pride ourselves on having the ability to offer support to those with behavioural management issues and/or complex health needs, we do this by recruiting experienced staff teams and delivering high quality training. All services are offered to each individual in a way that promotes independence and increases opportunity for now and in the future.
Enabling Personal Achievement
We offer realistic working environments for preparation to work for our learners so that all participants can take pride, and feel valued, in what they are doing. Alongside stakeholders, learners take part in the decision making process as to how they run their day. Each learner has individually assessed tasks so that success is achievable as we believe that success is a key to self-confidence and self-respect.